This class is an overview of how A360 Team and Collaboration for Revit software are impacting the traditional project collaboration workflows and the overall project delivery. We will present our lessons learned after multiple iterative implementations on complex projects. We will explore the features of A360 Team and Collaboration for Revit software that enabled project teams to work much more efficiently in a more transparent environment. With new tools come new responsibilities. We will explore how to effectively implement the frequently evolving A360 cloud-based collaboration service platform to large project teams, often exceeding 150 project participants. We will focus on some of the ways our Team managed the impact of the new A360 Collaboration for Revit workflow while keeping the entire Project Team engaged in the process. This class will also showcase several additional workflow improvements and technologies used in conjunction with A360 Team and Collaboration for Revit software, aimed at streamlining the disjointed architecture, engineering, and construction workflow and connecting the owner closer to the Design and Construction Teams. This session features A360 Team, Collaboration for Revit, and Revit. AIA Approved
AEC Professionals & Owners interested in latest technologies for delivering complex projects throughout the building lifecycle.
Marin Pastar graduated from Drury University in 2005 and became licensed as an architect in 2011. From the beginning of his career in 2004, Pastar has been deeply involved in 3D modeling and visualization with AutoCAD software and 3ds Max software. This evolved into a career-defining turn to Revit software and Building Information Modeling (BIM). Fascinated by BIM compared to traditional project-delivery methods, Pastar was the driving force in evolving the 11-person CAD firm into the growing, multioffice, 80-plus person, virtual design and construction (VDC) firm that Bates & Associates Architects is today. As director of innovation, Pastar is involved in all aspects of projects from design and virtual reality; to streamlining architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) workflows from planning and construction; into facility management and operation. Pastar has been a regular Autodesk University attendee and a Revit Certified Professional since 2012. He has been invited to speak about VDC at several Construction Specification Institute (CSI) and Associated General Contractors (AGC) conferences, as well as at Autodesk University 2015. Autodesk, Inc., recognized Bates as Early Technology Adopters, and produced a customer success story that you can watch at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meJ2t3BSeR4
Ian McGaw has a dual degree in computer science and international business, focusing on the management and research and development of emerging technologies in the AEC/O sector. He is an executive business leader with broad domestic and international experience in identifying strategic and innovative technology solutions to complex business challenges. Ian’s interests, along with years of industry-related experience, have allowed him to understand complex technology process has become an influential factor in the way buildings are delivered all over the world. Ian has experience in full value chain of project development process, starting from early strategic planning, project planning, business IT innovation strategy and business portfolio management for long term clients all the way to project execution on healthcare, mega-sized mixed use development, aviation, hospitality, simulation training, and complex industrial projects.
The cloud is already helping thousands of architects, engineers, and contractors with improving communication and quality of designs for taking to site. This session will discuss the BIM 360 portfolio and how it can support you in design through to construction. You will get hands-on with Revit and Collaboration for Revit using BIM 360 Team to communicate with other team members to resolve design issues faster. Use BIM 360 Glue to spell-check your models against other disciplines. You will then investigate how your design can be taken out to site to help with commissioning and progress tracking.
Advances in technology are ushering in a new era where connectivity for builders, designers, and engineers is key. Technology is changing rapidly. Find out in this class how to better embrace these changes to create more value and competitive differentiation by using an evolutionary and remarkable pioneering BIM Cloud Workspace with Autodesk’s BIM 360, Stingray, Revit, Navisworks, Microsoft Azure N-Series, NVIDIA Grid, and RES ONE Workspace. Learn in this class how TBI is featuring a unique, innovative, niche cloud workspace to design, build, make, and create the future of the Netherlands in the belief that it can always be better: more attractive, smarter, more efficient, and more sustainable.
With engineering changing rapidly and the development of additive manufacturing methods, designers and engineers are starting to push the boundaries of what is possible when designing and manufacturing components. Additive manufacturing has come on leaps and bounds over the last 5 years, with 3D printers now accessible to everyone at very low cost. More and more people are starting to turn their own ideas into reality. Using Fusion 360 and a desktop 3D printer we can now take art to part. In this half-day workshop, you will design and build a Fusion logo keyring. You will be walked through different modelling techniques within Fusion 360 that will allow you to explore and develop the design with the next generation of engineering tools. Technologies such as parametric design, T spline technology, and direct modelling will showcase the power of Fusion 360 and how quick it is to build complex parts.<br />
The class will introduce Advanced Oncotherapy and its complex proton therapy solution product. It will then explain how all the master data associated with this, as well as the majority of the business management processes, have been realised in a highly integrated and fully-customised implementation of Fusion Lifecycle which is closely linked to the company's ERP system with which data is shared on a real-time basis. This integration of business processes is designed to meet the requirements of the demanding ISO13485 standard for medical device regulatory requirements.
In this Instructional Demonstration, we will teach you how to upload, view, and collaborate with data in the Autodesk cloud. But getting data into the cloud is only part of the story; you’re going to want to do something with it. We will do all of this through a brand-new cohesive and fluid experience that you have to see! This session features Fusion Team (formerly A360) and also PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle).
Ice District is a megaproject going up in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The project has 3 main prime architect firms working concurrently on the project (Dialog, Hersch Bedner Associates, and Stantec), and many other consultants all coming together to completely rebuild the city’s epicenter. The project migrated into A360 Collaboration for Revit software, and it has been an interesting journey of technology convincing leadership of all the firms and disciplines that this would be the better way to work on this truly epic project. We will showcase the project, the Revit software components coming together, the types of coordination, tools used, measures taken, Building Information Modeling (BIM) execution plan concepts, and a lot of the power of A360 cloud-based collaboration service. Fundamentally, Dialog was managing the entire parkade of the city blocks beneath the skyscrapers that the other architecture firms were designing. Stantec's new corporate headquarters were going up in the blocks along with another skyscraper for office use adjacent. This session features Collaboration for Revit and A360 Team.
In this class, we will create a project in A360 cloud-based collaboration service. We will learn how to invite project contributors. We will review the differences between project contributors and team members, and we’ll change rights to demonstrate the differences. Once the project is set up on A360, we will learn how to host a cloud Revit software model on the A360 project we created. We will also review added features, such as publishing to A360 and the Communicator. At the end of the class, you will be able to host Revit software models to the cloud for projects, communicate with the project team effectively, and invite the team to contribute to the desired project. This session features Collaboration for Revit, A360, and A360 Team. AIA Approved<br/><br/>
We will explore together how to optimize a collaborative multidisciplinary platform utilizing A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service and the A360 Team hub throughout the design process. We will discuss best approaches for joint-venture projects for small or mid-size practices. The speaker will share with you expertise of 2 years, and the best approach to apprehend such difficult decisions in terms of technology implementation. A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service and A360 Team help our distributed teams to collaborate efficiently without losing our sight of the project delivery or its control throughout the entire design process. Instant messaging is possible in Revit software, awareness of presence in model is possible without leaving Revit software, and more is possible in Communicator for Revit software. This session features Collaboration for Revit, A360 Team, and Revit. AIA Approved
Pushing Inventor software data to cloud sounds scary to most Inventor software users. The class will start with how the releases of Connected Design on A360 cloud-based collaboration service in Inventor software are intended to help people collaborate on design shares, with best practices from real customers so far. Then attendees will walk through Inventor upcoming updates, explore the rationale of new features and how they improve the design review conversations, and share whether the updates fit their needs and how via a mini survey. Attendees will also participate in an envisioning of the future of connected design with the Inventor Development Team via interactive LUMA methods like RoseThornBuds and Creative Matrix, helping to define potential needs and shape a healthy Connected Inventor ecosystem for the long term. This session features Inventor Professional, A360, and A360 Team.
In this class, we will guide you through the software use and setup process of an actual project: the construction of Highway A1 in The Netherlands. After a contract and project overview, we will dive into the process that makes this project succeed as a true Building Information Modeling (BIM) project. Learn where to start, what to do, and what to avoid to have your own success. Find out how to enable designers to use their favorite program, and then bring the intelligent model together in Navisworks software for your contract management. Discover which export is used for stakeholder management. Then we will focus on what the implementation of InfraWorks software means for these types of projects. Learn how InfraWorks software can help support a large-scale project with lean sessions, value management, and weekly stands. Combine geographic information system data with design data that together lead to better and easier decision making. This session features InfraWorks 360, A360 Team, and Navisworks Manage. AIA Approved
This class will demonstrate effective workflows for using the various features of A360 Team for coordination and collaboration on projects. We will explore the differences when using the platform for internal coordination within a single firm versus external coordination with many firms in the same A360 Team space. We will show how to utilize the commenting tools to effectively coordinate, reducing printing needs or the need to employ additional software platforms. Additionally, we will demonstrate workflows utilizing the Wiki feature of A360 Team to document design decisions, enabling greater team understanding of the project and reducing conflicts. This session features A360 Team and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved
You have your Fusion Team hub, you have your members, now what? Are you wondering how to use Fusion Team and what to do to get the most out of it? Do you know what roles to assign to the members of the teams? Are you wondering how to take your communication and collaboration to the next level as the team admin? Some of the responsibilities encountered as a Team Admin can be overwhelming. But as an Admin you can fully utilize the capabilities of Fusion Team to make sure your project is communicated, shared, and reviewed based on your settings. This presentation will discuss Fusion Team and the difference between roles, each role’s capacity, and the management of those roles. Laying the foundation for cross collaboration in your project will help get the job done faster, eliminate having data scattered in various tools, and make your project a success. This session features A360 Team.
AU Las Vegas
Collaboration for Revit
General Architecture. Engineering and Construction